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Net Zero Demonstrator Churches announced in the diocese

First published on: 18th July 2024

Holy Trinity KNaphill and Christ Church Epsom Common have been awarded grants as part of the 'Demonstrator Churches' project


Has your church completed the Energy Footprint Tool?

First published on: 1st July 2024

You've still got a month to complete the Energy Footprint Tool for your church and play your part in our Net Zero journey.


Eco Church: Passionate people drive the initial work

First published on: 31st May 2024

Hear how the people at St John's Egham continue to drive forward in their work to become more eco-friendly as a church community.


Eco Church: Drawing others into the community

First published on: 15th May 2024

Hear how St Paul's Addlestone took on the challenge to raise their eco-credentials and achieve a bronze Eco Church award.


Footprints First Step on the Net Zero Pathway

First published on: 8th May 2024

Find out how you can get started on your Net Zero pathway and more easily access funding to help you take further steps.


Earth Day calls us each to play our part

First published on: 22nd April 2024

Earth Day calls us to educate ourselves and take action to care for our planet


How your church can become an Eco Church

First published on: 5th April 2024

By using schemes like ARocha’s Eco Church, Churches are taking the lead in caring for God's creation. The program equips churches to integrate sustainable practices into worship, buildings, land management, community engagement, and individual lifestyles.

5 steps to becoming an eco church

Making a difference to a real world problem

First published on: 3rd April 2024

Christ Church Epsom became an Eco Church in 2018. In 2019 they were awarded the Bronze Award and in 2022 the Silver. The church is collectively committed to living in harmony with God’s creation.

Making a different to a real world problem

Seven ways you can care for creation

First published on: 27th March 2024

Here are seven steps your church can take as we head towards the Church of England's target to be Net Zero Carbon by 2030.


Introducing our new Net Zero Programme Manager

First published on: 24th March 2024

We're pleased to announce Steve Collins as our Net Zero Programme Manager and share how his role will help us as we journey to Net Carbon Zero by 2030.

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